The program assesses a provider's ability to set up, migrate and manage Cloud infrastructure and applications.
To gain this type of qualification, AWS conducted a third-party audit of Bulletproof's Cloud service capabilities involving DevOps, security, onboarding processes, service management, support, legals and incident management.
The program recognises Bulletproof's ability to help more than 600 customers, including Hyundai, Qantas, Amaysim and government departments, to use public Cloud and hybrid architectures.
Bulletproof is an approved supplier to the federal government and its staff have more than 70 certifications across a range of Cloud technologies.
Recently, Bulletproof reported a 59 percent increase in revenues for FY15 to $29.1 million.
Managed public Cloud services make up 37 percent of the company's revenue base for the period, up 300 percent from last year.
Source: ARN Australia
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